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AGENDAS

AGENDA

Oxford Board of Aldermen

City Hall courtroom

Tuesday, 11 a.m.

 

  1. Call to order.
  2. Adopt agenda for the meeting.
  3. Items to be discussed:
  4. Annexation
  5. Roads Update
  6. Proposed new Municipal/OPD building
  7. Garbage Trucks
  8. Columbarium Update
  9. Planning Department
  10. Mayor & Board Compensation
  11. Mosquito control
  12. Discuss City Hall chiller replacement
  13. Consideration of any old business.
  14. Adjourn

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Oxford Board of Aldermen

City Hall courtroom

Tuesday, 5 p.m.

 

  1. Call to order.
  2. Adopt the agenda for the meeting.
  3. Mayor’s Report.
  4. Authorize approval of minutes of the regular meeting on Jan. 19.
  5. Authorize approval of accounts for all city departments.
  6. Consider consent agenda:
  7. Approve the following taxi drivers:  Greg Hughes-Rockstar Taxi, Ceola Turner-Zoe’s Taxi, Chad McCoy-Otowner, William Beckmann-Angel Taxi and Veronica Laabs-Taxi Jackson  (Joey East)
  8. Authorize the transfer of an employee from the Financial Administration Division to the Human Resources Department and request approval to advertise for a Deputy Clerk/Tax Collector.  (Braxton Tullos)
  9. Request approval to employ a part-time consultant to the Planning Department. (Braxton Tullos)
  10. Request approval to advertise for a full-time Waste Water Service Technician to fill the vacancy left by the retirement of Elmer Shaw.  (Braxton Tullos)
  11. Request approval to accept the resignation of one part-time bus driver from County Transit and request approval to advertise for a part-time bus driver.  (Braxton Tullos)
  12. Request approval of the resignation of one reserve officer.  (Braxton Tullos)
  13. Request approval to employ a Grounds Supervisor in the Building and Grounds Department.  (Braxton Tullos)
  14. Request approval of transfer to part-time in the Planning Department.  (Braxton Tullos)
  15. Approve the appointment of Dr. Joseph Paolillo to the Oxford Reserve & Trust Committee to fill the vacancy left by Dennis Tosh.
  16. Approve the appointment of Greg Surbek to the Pathways Commission to fill an unexpired term.
  17. Announce an upcoming vacancy on the Oxford School Board.  Any interested citizens who reside within the city limits of Oxford may submit a letter of interest and resume’ to the City Clerk’s Office.
  18. Discuss proposed helmet ordinance. (Pope Mallette)
  19. Second Reading and public hearing for a proposed change to Ordinance 2011-4, Article VI.-Mayor’s Commission on Disability Issues; Section 2-212 (a) Composition of the Commission; to change the number of members from five to seven to seven to nine.  The third reading and vote will be at the next meeting.
  20. Second reading and public hearing of proposed changes to the sign ordinance. The third reading and vote will be at the next meeting.(Randy Barber)
  21. Second Reading and public hearing for Case No. 2034-Amendment to Section 117 Definitions in the Land Development Code to include a definition of a carport. The third reading and vote will be at the next meeting. (Andrea Correll)
  22. Second Reading and public hearing for Case No. 2035-Amendment to Section 135.02, Uses permitted by Special Exception in the (RC) Multi-Unit Residential District and Section 150 (PUD) Planned Unit Development to add Mobile Food Vending. The third reading and vote will be at the next meeting. (Andrea Correll)
  23. Third reading and possible vote on Case No. 2018-R.J. Allen and Associates, Inc. has filed a request for a PUD Amendment to the master plan for “Oxford Commons” for all properties located in Oxford Commons which are primarily accessed from Sisk Ave., Ed Perry Blvd., and Oxford Commons Blvd. (Andrea Correll)
  24. Third Reading and possible vote on the Mobile Food Vending Ordinance. (Ben Requet)
  25. Approve the transfer of the Dodge Durango from the Tourism Department to the Human Resources Department and issue a payment of $1,000 from the General Fund to Visit Oxford.  (Bo Ragon)
  26. Discuss the transfer of a truck to Pace pursuant to a decision that it is in the best interest of the taxpayers to authorize this transfer.
  27. Request permission for the Mayor to sign MS Justice Assistance Grant (Hotspot Grant) in the amount of $59,000 with no required match.  (Joey East)
  28. Request permission to declare radios from the fire department surplus and surrender them as trade-in on the new MSWIN radios.  A credit of $9,750 will be given towards the purchase of the new radios. (Cary Sallis)
  29. Adopt the resolution authorizing the transfer of the Burns-Belfry Museum and Multi-Cultural Center from the Oxford-Lafayette County Heritage Foundation to the city of Oxford. (Pope Mallette)
  30. Discuss K-9 officer pay.  (Joey East)
  31. Consider executive session.
  32. Adjourn